Adopt-A-Pet at Centre County PAWS
Jellyfish is a bit shy but he's a super fun, affectionate cat -- sort of like a playful puppy.
He'll even flop on his back when he wants his belly rubbed.
Jellyfish has an unusual name -- his foster family calls him that because he's a blob of fun. And he's quite the character. He follows people all over the place.
Jellyfish came to PAWS as a stray. He's a neutered two-and-a-half year year old domestic shorthair with black and gray stripes. He should do great in a home with teens and other cats but he doesn't get along with dogs.
As a gift to his future family a guardian angel has paid Jellyfish's adoption fee.
If you're looking for a comical kitty, visit Jellyfish at the shelter, 1401 Trout Rd., State College, anytime PAWS is open. To learn more about him or any of the other cats and dogs that are available for adoption, visit the PAWS website.